Animal Clock: This cool wooden animal clock is designed by Japanese designer Igenoki.
Now Clock: It's a handmade clock with numbers stamped onto white earthenware clay, comes with a stitched border design.
Math Quiz Clock: This interesting clock comes with a math problem marked for each hour, solve it to know the time.
Digimech Clock: Numbers are printed on vertical sliders and are displayed readably when perfectly aligned into the 'display box'.
Tube Clock: Creation of Jason Nieda, he built it around a retro Russian IV-18 Nixie tube.
Three-Face Wall Clock: The three face wall clock consists of independent units that indicate hours, minutes and seconds and can be placed on a wall in different ways.
The Eye Clock: Mike created this designer wall clock called the Eye Clock; the left eye shows the hour, while the minutes are shown by right eye.
Empty Time: It's a square shaped clock made from used papers and is solar powered.
Empty Time: It's a square shaped clock made from used papers and is solar powered.
Uhrzahl Clock: Cool wall clock from industrial designer Christos Vittoratos.
Around Clock: It's a cylindrical clock with numbers and markings; these rotate to show the time and are identified by the red wire.
Verbarius Clock: This cool clock tells time differently every minute; "It's either forty-five minutes past four, or fifteen minutes to five, or four forty-five, or a quarter to five".
Clock by Stanley Ruiz: A cool clock that has a handmade aspect in modern design.
Word Clocks: Cool word clocks slowly shows the time with the text.
Long-D Clocks: Designed by Kit Men Keung; it has a dual time piece that displays two time zones in a subtle manner.
Watt Time: It's a light bulb shaped clock that comes with a bright blue display that illuminates the time, and a snooze button located on top of the bulb's end.
Custom Clocks: A brilliant custom clock concept, it supplies the mechanism to keep time, you supply the hour and minute hands.
Tiktak Clocks: Each number on the dial is represented by one or more metal hands with digits of varying sizes on their ends.
Aspiral Clocks: Neil Lambeth and Will Aspinall developed this 'Aspiral Clock'; it consists of a slowly rotating spiral track with a ball inside. "The entire clock itself turns slowly over a twelve-hour interval and a loose ball inside marks the current time."
Planetary Sphere Watch: This watch is designed and created by Pierre Junod. It tells time using a pair of rotating hands that float through the equator of the globe.
4th Dimension Concrete Clocks: These wall clocks are made of cement. "Concept of linking time and space is visualized with the form of a spiral staircase that has hands on its top level continuingly going down and up as time goes by. Light and shadow also change with time in this clock."
Utensils Clock: Time in these clocks is represented by forks, spoons and other utensils.
Knit Clocks: Creation of designers Carlo and Benedetta Tamborini; its made of cotton and comes with incredible detail that is filled with soft, intricate lines, the kind usually found in your closet, not on your wall.
Little Time Clocks: Cool wall clocks designed by Rafael Morgan, comes with small numbers printed and uses magnifiers for hands.
Victorian Steampunk Desk: Made from bits and pieces of Victorian material, four different craftsmen took 6 months to design the desk, restore and modify the antiques, and later install the computer systems. It comes with all-in-one workstation desk wiht fully integrated electronics including 3 monitors, computer, printer, and more.
Chaise Lounge Desk: Designed by Roberta Ramme, this multifunctional chaise-longue comes with a flat screen, DVD and a music system along with a computer desk in its front.
Treadmill Desk: This walkstation integrates treadmill and desk to keep you moving while you work.
K Workstation: This space saving desk's folding curved shape creates shelving and desk space within one working unit.
Vision One Computer Desk: It can be used as a computer chair, flight simulator, cad workstation, video editing workstation, sound editing workstation, personal movie theater, and more.
The Reindeer Desk: The Reindeer Desk by Kozynets resembles the shape of a deer.
The Wavedesk: This cool desk is the creation of Robert Brou, Georgia-based designer and craftsman.
The Briefcase Desk: This briefcase desk is beautiful and functional where the structure is the storage space, with convenient drawers of various dimensions.
The Hexa Desk: Designer Can Yalman designed this hexagonal form desk; it uses the carbon framework for sculptural desk.
Kinzo Air Table: This angular desk design by Kinzo Architecture comes with a futuristic shape, comes with a hole for cables, the desk works as a single piece and as an extension to the double workstation.
The Frank Desk: The Frank desk by designer Slater features a flip up light that shows a small colorful drawer and hollowed out section.
Kickstand Desk: The Kickstand desk creates a way that someone could ride at work.
Envelop Desk: The Herman Miller's Envelop desk features an "infield" " that slides and pivots to support your forearms and wrists and allows for a more comfortable posture.
Perch Desk: This elevated desk and chair combo by S Dennehy, emphasizes good learning habits by encouraging good posture.
Duplex Workspace Desk: This creative workstation designed by Sophie Kirkpatrick comes with a retractable hooded covering that provides the privacy needed to concentrate on the task.
Steelcase School Desk: This school desk combines a chair, a writing surface and storage; all in one mobile unit.
Desk by Rafael Morgan: Designed by Rafael Morgan, the desk creates the illusion that it may fall down, but the fact is its very steady. In each of its legs there is a fixed metal piece, covered by movable cubes.
Treasury Table: Designers from Process created this cool desk; it comes with different sized drawers (from small to A2 format) while the translucent mat surfaced glass keeps the thing unseen underneath.
Kkanapetko Desk: Designed by Krassi Dimitrov, this tiny desk transforms into a workstation; it has 3 drawers on either side, a drawer for printer/scanner, extendable cable and stereo speakers to connect your music players.
Drawer Bag: This unusual desk designed by Jung-Ah Kim comes with a briefcase space instead of the regular drawers. Though it may be little inconvenient for usage but at the end of workday you can just pull the drawer/briefcase and go.
Honeycomb Desk: This multifunctional table is composed from a number of hexagonal elements, reminds us of a honeycomb.
Sync Desktop: Gareth Battensby's Sync desk concept includes a foldable screen, keyboard and mouse, scanner, built-in USB hub, storage space for CDs and stationary.
XYZ Computer Desk: In this desk concept, all the computer components and cables are placed within the thickness of the desk. And for upgrading simply flip open the desk lid.
Ci Mobile Desk: The Ci Desk described as a "home office on wheels" unfolds into a small workstation for notebook usage.
Scooter Desk: It comes from Utilia Design, and is best suited as a mobile touchdown station.
ReStyle by Howlett: These multiple pieces of furniture can be configured for usage in numerous ways.
DC-9 Airplane Desk: This DC-9 T Stabilizer Wing Desk is available in lengths of 8 feet up to 20 feet for conference rooms, reception areas, etc.
Talented artist finds photos of his subjects online and then “pixel by pixel” creates three-dimensional representations of two-dimensional images.
Light SculpturesJapanese artist Makoto Tojiki makes beautiful three-dimensionalsculptures out of thousands of bright LED lights.
Here we have some bamboo art by Japanese artists presented by TAI Gallery / Textile Arts which represents over 30 Japanese bamboo artists. Check out their amazing work of art!
This one is created by Minoura -
"Bamboo has a certain tenderness, a breathing quality, when you weave it and pattern it, light passes through it; it is transparent and solid at the same time. It also retains the qualities it has in nature - flexibility and strength."
Created by Yamaguchi.
This one is by Morigami.
Abe created this one.
This one is by Kawano.
Kajiwara - the first & only female bamboo artist to become a full member of the Japan Craft Arts Association.
This one come from Kogyoku - which means "bamboo grove treasure," is Monden's artistic name, given to him when he was 21.
This is Nakatomi's.
These are by Kosuge.
Tetra Shed designed by David Ajasa-Adekunle can be used as home office, storage space, playhouse, art studio, workshop, or an extrabedroom.
Multiple sheds can be linked together to form larger offices, classrooms, laboratories, hotels in remote locations, and pop-upshops.
Swimming Pool Sofa
Star System Sofas
Aston Martin DB6 Sofa
The Flying Carpet Sofa
Infinity Shaped Sofa
Mountain Range Sofa
The Twisted Sofa
Do Lo Res Sofa
Glossy Lipstick Sofa
Ultra Loop Shoes
All Saints Alia Shoes
High Heel Sneakers
FiveFingers Barefoot Shoes
Opel Car Shoes
Grass Flip Flops
Converse Extension Shoes
Miami Vice Gun Shoes
Fish Flip Flops
The Claw Shoe
Heel-Less Platform Shoes
Wooden Heel Shoes
No Mess Bacon Cooker
Table Setting Placemat
Can Crushing Frog
Teapot For Two
Corn Grill Basket
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